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7-03-2011 @ 10:59AM
World of Warcraft had a very long struggle to get me to play it. I was a hardcore Everquest player, and had played Everquest prior to the release of Ruins of Kunark. So, I was actually playing Everquest when I heard of the World of Warcraft Beta Testing, and a friend of mine signed up and had started playing it. He thought the game was pretty good, and gave it high marks, but I clung to my Evercrack like a true addict! Evercrack was my drug, er um, I mean, game, and I was going to have none of another. Eventually EQ2 came out, and I lost my internet capabilies for a while. When I got them back, I immediately jumped back into Everquest with the new expansion Prophecies of E'Ci. But slowly I began to realize the community that was left on Everquest was not the community I had come to know and love previously. It was not the same game, I was not the same person, and I no longer fit in the world of Everquest. To this day I still blame EQ2 for the downfall of EQ. At any rate, I dropped out of playing EverQuest and got very bored. My mom called me one day and told me I should give WoW a go. So, I downloaded WoW, played for a bit, and enjoyed myself. But I will fully admit, what got me addicted to WoW, I mean fully addicted: Blood Elf Paladins. Thank you, Burning Crusade Expansion! Who's with me?
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